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Tag: Brian Gunn

Oct.
3rd

ELECTION: Gunn running a clean money campaign

I met Brian Gunn this week. He’s running for state representative in the 31st Legislative District that covers parts of Pierce and King counties. I’m used to seeing taped interviews of candidates, so face-to-face was a nice change.

I found Gunn to be articulate, intelligent and open to listening. He is running a “clean money campaign,” accepting only donations up to $100 from individuals. No special interests can claim a payback when it comes time to vote.

My key issues are state revenue and education. He believes we need to abide by our state constitution and fully fund education. That’s

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July
26th

ELECTION: Gunn running a clean money campaign

In a letter (TNT, 7-25) about political fund-raising and politicians’ stands on real issues, the writer asks, “Aren’t we supposed to vote for someone with perceived upstanding morals and the ability to make good logical choices in office?”

My answer is, “Yes, and I know someone with those and many other fine qualities like integrity, intelligence and compassion.” His name is Brian Gunn, and he is running for House Position 1 in the 31st Legislative District.

Gunn is running a “clean money campaign” and is only accepting donations from real people in Washington state (limit is $100 per person

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Oct.
11th

ELECTION: Gunn’s a candidate of integrity for the 31st

Voters in the 31st Legislative District now have an excellent choice for the state Senate seat.

When the top-two primary left us with two intolerable choices, Pam Roach and Matt Richardson, I considered not voting. But voting is very important to me. I know that the people we elect can affect every day of our lives.

Brian L. Gunn has solved my dilemma by stepping forward as a write-in candidate. I know him, and his integrity and dedication are outstanding. He works hard for what is right, with the Clean Elections organization to try to level the playing field, for

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